Very crowded place. Hard to find seats. Food and drinks good. Had tapas and sangria. Better to go during the week.
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Great idea... But.... Visual effect of market was stunning.colourful displays,fresh produce. However, the rooftop bar service was sooo slow.ignored at bar,sat at table for ages waiting to order.when I talked to restaurant staff was told to sit at table and waitress would take order. Walked...More
We visited the market during mid afternoon & went back in the evening .it was great to have a walk around. Nice bar /restaurant on top floor .We went and had lunch and drinks on the roof top which was lovely and really enjoyed our...More
We noticed this place on our 1st day and immediately decided to enjoy this before we left Madrid. So we scheduled it on our last evening and we enjoyed every minute! It may be pricy but you pay per tapas or drink, so stick to...More
This was our favorite market in Madrid. It’s located in Cueca, and is filled with 3 floors of upscale food stalls, and several restaurants. It also sports a full size supermarket.
San Anton market (28004, Calle de Augusto Figueroa, 24B, 28004 Madrid) Located in the centric quarter of Chueca and with 70 years of history, this impressive three-story building, known among the locals as Mercado de San Antón, has grown to become one of the most...More
The first floor as the fresh food options, second floor has the tapas type options with some side bar seating options, and the terrace is a full restaurant with a great view. Not bad pricing for any of the floors.